Henry Detwiller 1795 – 1887

Henry Detwiller 1795 – 1887 MD (Detweiller) (Detweiler) (Detwiler) (Dettwiler) was a Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, immigrated to America, to administer the very first homeopathic prescription in America on 23.7.1828, and he was a founding member of the Allentown Academy of homeopathy, a founding member of the American Institute of Homeopathy, and a founding member of the Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of Pennsylvania, President of the Lehigh Valley Homeopathic Medical Society,

In 1836, Henry Detwiller visited Samuel Hahnemann in Paris, and he was a colleague of William Wesselhoeft,

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Caspar Hoze 1797 – 1880

Caspar Hoze (Hotz, Hotze) 1797? – 1880? MD Leipsig was a Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy,

Caspar Hoze was a student of Samuel Hahnemann, and a colleague of Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, Benoit Jules Mure, Johann Joseph Roth, Leon Francois Adolphe Simon, Carl Steigentesch, and many others.

Hoze is listed in the Allgemeine homöopathische Zeitung in 1859 (also listed as Hotze) (also listed as Caspar Hotz).

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Theophilus Bruckner Burckhardt 1821 – 1896

Theophilus Bruckner Burckhardt (known as Theophil Bruckner and Theophil Brueckner) 1821 – 1896 MD, was an Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become one of the founders of the Société d’gallicane Homéopathie, a member of the Swiss Society of Homeopathis Physicians, and an Internationally renowned homeopath.

Bruckner was a patient of Clemens Maria Franz Baron von Boenninghausen, who prescribed Causticum for him.

Bruckner was also a colleague of Feierabend, Frei, Geiser, Hauggi, Jung, Krieger, Meude, Siegrist, Samuel Zopfy,

Bruckner practiced in Basel.

In 1891, Bruckner attended the Fourth Quinquennial Session of the International Homeopathic Association.

The Burckhardt Family archive is here.

Bruckner submitted cases and articles to various homeopathic publications.

Rudolf Flury 1903 – 1977

Rudolf Flury 1903 – 1977 MD was a Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become the President of the Swiss Association of Homeopathic Physicians, the Treasurer of the International Homeopathic Directory, and rediscovered the Q potencies, though Flury preferred the name LM potencies, by which they are most commonly known today.

Rudolf Flury was also an innovator in the concept of miasmatic theory.

Rudolf Flury was a colleague of Jost Kunzli von Fimmelsberg, Alexandre Hanni, Antoine Nebel, Charles Pahud, Pierre Schmidt, and many others.

Rudolf Flury practiced in Berne.

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Charles Pahud 1890 – 1959

Charles Pahud 1890 – 1959 was a French Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become President of The International Homeopathic League in 1952 – 53.

Charles Pahud was a student of Antoine Nebel, alongside Daniel, Henry Duprat, Heurtault, Jean Jarricot, Quenot, Rouy, and Vidouze.

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Jost Kunzli von Fimmelsberg 1915 – 1992

Jost Kunzli von Fimmelsberg 1915 – 1992 was a Swiss orthodox physician and gynaecologist, who converted to homeopathy, as his father and his grandfather were already homeopathic doctors.

Kunzli was a teacher of homeopathy who revitalised homeopathy for the 21st Century, and he is one of the homeopaths responsible for the introduction of Q potencies and for training a great many of the nearly 4000 successful homeopaths registered in Germany today.

Kunzli also produced Kent’s Repertorium Generale, which is so influential today, based on Kent’s Repertory and incorporating updates from 71 other important sources, reorganised and superbly efficient. Kunzli is also noted to have used black dots to indicate confirmed rubrics and remedies.

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Antoine Nebel 1870 – 1954

Antoine Nebel 1870 – 1954 was a Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become an honoured practitioner, receiving a medal issued by the Societe Rhodanienne d’Homeopathie, and one of the strongest personalities of the world of homeopathy with an international reputation.

Nebel is credited with creating the concept of homeopathic drainage, as he spread knowledge of Johann Gottfried Rademacher‘s techniques, and Nebel was also a proponent of detoxification with homeopathic remedies.

Nebel is also credited with the remedy Tuberculinum Residuum, and he ran a Tuberculosis sanitorium in the Swiss Alps.

Nebel was the homeopathic practitioner of Darius Milhaud, Pierre Schmidt, and he was a colleague of Jean Pierre Gallavardin, Richard Haehl, Pierre Schmidt, Leon Vannier, and many others.

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Adolf Voegeli 1898 – 1993

Adolf Voegeli 1898 – 1993 was a Swiss Radiologist in Zurich before he converted to homeopathy in 1930.

Thereafter, he worked as a homoeopathic physician in Pully near Lausanne. He was one of the founders of the Zeitschrift für Klassische Homöopathie in 1957.

Adolf Voegeli is one of the homeopaths who promoted the LM range of homeopathic remedies.

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Pierre Schmidt 1894 – 1987

Pierre Schmidt 1894 – 1987 was a Swiss orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy and who was responsible for reintroducing classical homepathy into Europe, and he was one of the main founders of the Liga Medicorum Homeopathic Internationalis (LIGA).

In 1950, Schmidt restored LM potencies to the World for the first time since 1840.

Schmidt set up his own Foundation, The Homeopathic Fondation Pierre Schmidt, devoted to restoring homeopathy to its original basis, and comprising his own library and an annual grant to further classical homeopathy. The Schmidt Nagel Homeopathic Laboratory in Geneva was set up in 1927 by Pierre Schmidt and his wife Doral Nagel.

Pierre Schmidt was a colleague of Richard Haehl, Antoine Nebel.

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